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Beni River, Bolivia - July/August 2012 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...sierraclub.org - sierra magazine - july/august 2012 - beni river, bolivia EXPLORE | Beni River, Bolivia From a source high in the Bolivian Andes, the Beni River's waters flow northeast for 1,000 miles before spilling into the...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/201207/explore-beni-...

Lay of the Land - May/June 2006 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...undid a sweetheart deal. In January, global engineering and construction giant Bechtel dropped its $25 million lawsuit against the government of Bolivia, which had broken a 40-year contract that gave the company control over the...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200605/lol.asp

Last Words - September/October 2013 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...In Bolivia's Madidi National Park, in the Amazon River basin, a caiman snaps at a bee. | Photo by Joel Sartore "With enough courage, you can do without a reputation." —Clark Gable, as Rhett Butler in Gone With the Wind...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/201309/last-words-...

May/June 2002 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...Bechtel v. Bolivia. With annual revenues of $14 billion, the Bechtel Corporation is almost as rich as the country of Bolivia, where the entire gross domestic product was most recently estimated at $20.9 billion. But that didn't keep...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200205/lol.asp

The Common Good - July/August 2005 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...and World Bank have pushed developing countries to privatize their water systems. This happened in Bolivia in 2001, and when Bechtel Corporation took over the waterworks in the town of Cochabamba, rates went up by more than 300...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200507/commongood2.asp

Sept/Oct 2001 Lay of the Land - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...In the poorest neighborhoods of Cochabamba, Bolivia, there is no indoor plumbing. Residents draw from communally owned wells, while their rural counterparts save rainwater in tanks for the dry months. Two years ago, gathering water...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200109/lol1.asp

Sept/Oct 2001 Pick Your Poison - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...issues associated with oil exploration, working with the World Wildlife Fund to preserve biodiversity in Bolivia and China, and developing low-sulfur gasoline to be sold in 40 of the world’s most polluted cities. In 1999, BP bought...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200109/hattam1.asp

March/April 2001 Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...and studying in contaminated buildings continue to be exposed to dangerous chemicals. Some have filed class-action lawsuits against the state, alleging that the campus was reopened prematurely. The New Paltz disaster is often...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200103/conspiracy.asp

Profile - November/December 2005 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...In 2003, Maisari was part of a class-action lawsuit against Dearborn Industrial Generation—Rouge's 457-acre natural-gas-fired power plant across from the schools—for excessive noise. The lead plaintiff, Mohammed Ahmed, 55, is a...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200511/profile.asp

Downwind in Mississippi - March/April 2001 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club
...lawsuit at the state supreme court level and Cook was still allowed to continue operating, he attacked on another front. In 1998, Kennard secured the pro bono services of a high-powered lawyer and slapped Cook with a nuisance...
http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200103/profile.asp

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